Generations of Texas history, commerce, and entrepreneurship encapsulate Varner-Hogg Plantation State Historic Site, which tells the stories of the many families, both enslaved and not, who worked to build Texas. Over its 134-year history, the site hosted sugarcane production, cattle ranching, and oil drilling as it transitioned through the ownership of the Varners, the Pattons, and the Hoggs.Learn more about Varner-Hogg
9 a.m.–5 p.m.
Ages 5 & Under Free
Active-Duty Military Families Free
Youth (ages 6-17), College Students $5
Admission provides access to both Levi Jordan and Varner-Hogg Plantations
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In 1824, Virginia native Martin Varner became one of 297 grantees who received a league of land from Stephen F. Austin and established his homestead in present-day Brazoria County.